The food hall at the Shinsegae Department store had Asian foods (both ingredients and prepared) from across the continent. They also had a wide variety of European and American foods. There were pastries that could have been on the Champs Elysees, California wines, pasta, Belgian chocolates, tacos, tortilla shells, olive oil, German sausage, and they even had bagels.
In London, Berlin and Paris food halls, the emphasis is on European foods with a brief nod to Asian cuisines. In Seoul they have embraced the world. This expansiveness in adopting foods, styles and ideas from across the globe makes Seoul an exciting place to be.